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Hardware Unboxing: XBOX ONE X 

Hardware Unboxing: XBOX ONE X

The day was August 20, 2017 — XBOX Mixer stream conferenece from Gamescom. Here I was covering the conference as it played out on the XBOX One Mixer, getting excited about all the new upcoming games, but especially for all the continuous little tid bits that were being given about the latest hidden project from […]

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Game Review: Splasher (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Splasher (Xbox One)

When you get a code to try out the newest game coming out on the market, you say yes. And when it’s on the XBOX One, you don’t ask questions and just install and dive in head first. The game is Splasher, from The Side Kicks and developer Splashteam, and simply put it is a […]

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Hardware Unboxing: Scuf Gaming Controllers for Xbox One & PS4 

Hardware Unboxing: Scuf Gaming Controllers for Xbox One & PS4

Back when we were planning for Pax West, we get tons of emails from game developers asking for times to be setup for interviews with them.  It gets a bit tedious during the last few weeks prior to the event because our schedule is starting to fill up, and we get more and more email […]

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Game Review: Agents of Mayhem (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Agents of Mayhem (Xbox One)

  Developer Volition has been a studio mainly know for two franchises; Red Faction and Saints Row. While each game is very different in terms of story and its cast of characters, both games are generally about blowing stuff up, and while Agents of Mayhem is a step towards a brand new franchise for the […]

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Game Review: Overcooked (XBox One) 

Game Review: Overcooked (XBox One)

“Get the cheese…now the fry pan…omg it’s burning!!!” Overcooked is a manic game brought to you by the mastermind developer Ghost Town Games, that has you cooking food in a race against the clock. The game features two game modes: campaign where you progress through a pre-set storyline, and versus mode wherein you can play […]

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Game Review: Marvel Heroes – Omega (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Marvel Heroes – Omega (Xbox One)

Marvel Heroes: Omega is the console version of Marvel Heroes, a PC isometric MMO in the style of the Marvel Alliance franchise. Whereas Marvel Heroes on the PC has changed much over the course of the past 4 years, with various updates to its content and increasing character roster, Marvel Heroes: Omega has finally released […]

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Game Review: Crossout (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Crossout (Xbox One)

Crossout is, in many ways, a poorly made version of my dream game. I’ve always wanted a solid car combat game in the vein of something like Twisted Metal, but one with the ability to create my own instrument of destruction, and Crossout certainly scratches that itch. What Targem Games has crafted here is all […]

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Game Review: ilomilo (Xbox One) 

Game Review: ilomilo (Xbox One)

The sun is shining, the birds are singing…there is a gentle rhythm of catchy music playing in the background. Enter an environment filled with a plush patterned park, populated by odd characters, including a small man wearing a bicorne and riding a beetle. In the distance, two cushion like creatures are giggling and talking in […]

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Game Review: Tekken 7 (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Tekken 7 (Xbox One)

I wouldn’t say that I am a huge fan of the Tekken series, but I do have some fond memories of playing Tekken 2 back in high school, during an era where 3D fighting games were still in their infancy and online lobbies to challenge players from all over the world was a mere dream […]

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Game Review: Kholat (Xbox One) 

Game Review: Kholat (Xbox One)

In February of 1959, the bodies of nine students from the Ural Polytechnical Institute were found scattered across the slopes of Kholat Syakhl, a transliteration in Russian of Holatchahl, meaning “Dead Mountain”. It was said that on the night of February 2nd that something caused the students to flee from their tents, out into the […]

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